Comments:UN inspectors banned from North Korean nuclear facility
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sigh.....Korea not letting UN weapons inspectors into it's nuclear plants? Anyone Remember Iraq?
- Yeah we all remember the reason we went in. But if we do invade we can hand the keys too the South Koreans and hope to God, China dos not want extra land. --126.96.36.199 13:14, 25 September 2008 (UTC)
Excellent!! North Korea, Iran, and such victims of USA are not alone anymore. Evidently, the U.N is absolutely useless crap, all it has done is; provided cover to real wrong USA actions. Nuclearophobic USA has no place in the world now. USA has the worst nuclear track record, but USA's fears are its own problem, other nations "do" think of the peaceful use of atomic power, and they shall make such use at all cost for the betterment of their countries. So the answer for USA is: STFU! Hail Pyongyang!!!
- This user is the anti American idiot who most Likely live in a free country (which the US most likely free) But easily forget North Korea dos not give it's people food while they man a million man army. Or Iran who foreign policy is to wipe Israel off the face of the world and while they hang homosexuals and banned anything but Islam. But like a typical person on the internet, stfu and gtfo.--KDP3 (talk) 18:29, 25 September 2008 (UTC)
- KDP3, you have just made yourself look like a complete & total dumbass. The article says that the reason why North Korea did this way because the USA didn't complete it's side of the agreement. So, basically, they called our bluff and, as a result, we lost. Therefore, you are the Bush-brainwashed dumbshit who probably NEVER questions ANYTHING that King George does. It is people like you, Bush, Bush supporters, & his administration that is the reason why the rest of the world hates the US. So, just like you said, KDP3, STFU & GTFO. And, please, don't respond to this unless you can act intelligent & mature (basically meaning, taking your head out of Bush's ass) in your arguing. 188.8.131.52 19:32, 25 September 2008 (UTC)
- This user has no mind of his own. I thought I told you not to respond to this unless you could act intelligent & mature. The article clearly states that N. Korea restarted their nuclear program after the US failed to follow through with removing N. Korea from the state-sponsored terrorism list. So, in the essence, it's our fault that N. Korea doing this. So, apparrently, YOU, not me, are the who can't stand people not agreeing with him. I support this country when it does the right things. However, I do NOT support our current president. So, you should be the one to gtfo. You are the nub. And, I hope you heed my words this time. Please, PLEASE, don't respond again unless you basically can think for yourself. If that's too much to ask, then it shows where your intelligence, maturity, & everything else lie. 184.108.40.206 20:13, 25 September 2008 (UTC)
- This user forgot that part of the deal is that the DEMOCRATIC CONGRESS was to vote to remove North Korea off from the terror list within a 40 day period and like always they seem to sabotages this idiot of president and make him worse of a leader then he is.--KDP3 (talk) 20:18, 25 September 2008 (UTC)
The articles says the US didn`t follow through with it's agreement to take North Korea off the national list of state-sponsored terrorism supporters. So the articles seems to blame north korea first and than talk about why they did it last . This detail should be mentioned at the top of the article and even in it`s title . If you are north korea and the US didn`t follow the agreement , wouldn`t it be logical for you to stop following it. The US started it and we are not blaming american but north korea?!?!?. --220.127.116.11 18:52, 25 September 2008 (UTC)
Plz no flaming in the opinion section . And also avoid starting comments with " This user " , It targets the users and not the content of the message and It provokes flaming by enraging users. I think the first one to start was -KDP3 , but it doesn't matter , don't flame here and only comment on ideas, contents and opinions , not on particular users. --18.104.22.168 00:31, 26 September 2008 (UTC)
- This user has a good point —Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 03:48, 26 September 2008 (UTC)
This is all politics. The U.S. simply has to adjust its policies to its status as equal, not superior to other nations. If you break agreements, agreements are broken. That is how international relations have always worked. The U.S. has neglected to train people and give them practice for anything other than the application of force for so long they have lost all talent for negotiations. It takes a careful approach to make sovereign nations agree on anything, much less to actually do what they agreed. North Korea is willing to destroy its program in exchange for aid, it destroyed a year's worth of development while the deal was valid, that shouldn't be overlooked by anyone. The party at fault here is the U.S., maybe the next negotiations should not involve them at all. 126.96.36.199 09:09, 26 September 2008 (UTC)